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fatally shot a woman and ran over two other people were shot and killed by sheriff's deputies, investigators saying that it is a 48-year-old man who apparently shot at the officers first they say. they say the suspect shot a woman and threw her out of his car before plowing into the people sunday evening. now back to you. angie goff at the live desk. thank you. it is now 4:30. the latest safe track surge begins in 30 minutes when will impact the orange and silver lines in northern virginia. trains will single track between the west and east falls church stations, they will run every 20 minutes through december 21st, there will be limited free shuttle bus information. head to nbcwashington.com. another traffic warning this time in the district, expect busy massachusetts avenue northwest could be even more congested than normal.
all week long. construction crews will be repaving sidewalks between 9:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. each day. metered parking near dupont circle will be off limits. today wisconsin election officials will meet to talk about a possible timeline for a vote recount which has to be finished by december 13th. green party presidential nominee jill stein raised money to take a look at the tight election results. stein is also expected to ask for a recount in that. hillary clinton's campaign is backing the effort but has said it has not found any evidence of system hacking. president-elect donald trump is taking to social media to voice his outrage over the recount. on sunday he sent out a flurry of tweets claiming did he not win the popular vote because millions of people voted illegally. in another tweet he says there was serious voter fraud in virginia, new hampshire and california. trump did not support any of
more than 2 million votes. tracie potts will have more on this and the trump transitions. it is time to turn our attention to the forecast. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell here with a chilly start to our monday. >> good morning. a very cold start out there. 20s and 30s on your way out the door early in morning. a nice and dry start to the work and school week today. clouds will be on the increase by later this afternoon and there is a tomorrow but also for wednesday. a lot of warm air as well, parts of central virginia might be near 70 degrees on wednesday. that might even be able to get us warm enough for a rumble or two of thunder across central virginia. that is again on wednesday. for your monday, though, it's 27 degrees right now, we will be in the 20s and 30s for the next little bit. eventually we will climb up into the mid 50s today. how much rain, that's coming up
that was quite a frank's giving weekend for a lot of folks for travel. >> it was quite a busy weekend. hopefully you're back and waking up for a more normal day here this morning. again, in stafford this has cleared out of the way, we had a downed pole and wires, they are telling me this is now gone. don't have to worry about it any further. i will keep an eye on it. southbound telegraph road the ramp to the outer northbound, southbound on 270 everything is looking quite good. on 95 southbound from 32 down to the beltway you are on time, going to take you 11 minutes. i will see you in a few. 4:33. starting today thousands of people are expected to visit havana's revolution plaza to honor former leader fidel castro. cuba's state news agency says two simultaneous 21-gun salutes
santiago de cuba today. his ashes will travel around the island nation before a funeral next sunday. once all of the tributes and ceremonies are over many are wondering what is next for cuba. some opponents say they don't think castro's death will change much more cubans because his brother raul still in power. there is also concern that the new u.s. president could change the improved relationship between the two >> what will happen if the new president, the next president trump, changes all of that. bad fo >> president-elect donald trump made earlier promises to reverse president obama's efforts to restore u.s. relations with cuba. it is not clear whether or how quickly that could happen. right now in prince william county police need help finding
police say his vehicle was found parked at a miss in that area. if you know where he might be call police. and in frederick county maryland a man is facing indecent exposure charges this morning. deputies arrested russell hendley after he allegedly pulled up to a woman in his car and touched himself in front of her. this happened near elmer durr and south wrenn will continue their fight to say in their manassas homes. residents of the east and mobile home park are being evicted in february. the city of manassas bought the land after the owner said he could not afford to fix a broker sewer system at the mobile home park. homeowners are asking to stay in their homes longer, right now they are being given about $2300 to relocate. the "washington post"
scatter garden. right now there is no such park anywhere in the united states. cremation rates have nearly doubled since 2000 and advocates say dedicated spaces would provide families with a space to return to. it is 4:35. today the who will di deals move from inside stores to online. you are probably waking up to cyber monday e-mails in your inbox. americans are expected to spend $3.4 billion on line today, year. a lot of businesses are offering deep discounts and free shipping to get you to spend your money but don't let the great bargains gets in the way of online safety. we have four things to know to make sure you don't get hacked during your holiday shopping. make sure the sites and apps are verified, fake sites can often look like real businesses. watch your wifi, make sure you only enter your credit card
secure internet. don't open e-mails that appear suspicious, and use sites like paypal to check out if you can. if they are not offered try to use credit cards over debit cards. the national retail federation says americans spent an average of $290 each over the four-day holiday weekend. so a lot of money spent already, a lot more to be spent today. >> going to plow through and get a lot of my shopping done today. >> ias weekend online. everything coming into your weekend. bundle up if you're headed to the outlets today. take a look at the current temperatures right now, some of you are only in the 20s. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell is back with your what to wear forecast. the family says it's nothing short of a thanksgiving blessing, a california woman reunited with her family after being abducted, why authorities are still scratching their heads. a holiday staple makes its
gaithersburg. yeah, you will need your heavy coat early in morning. bus stop temperatures near 30 at 7:00 and still in the cold 30s by 8:00. we should be up into the mid 50s by later on this afternoon. you will need your coat and hat this morning. not much of a wind so there is no super bundling necessary. the daily grade, we will give today an a plus because it's going to be so nice but there are rain drops rain will be arriving here tomorrow. we will give you the timing on that coming up at 4:51. let's see how the roads are holding up on an early monday. >> still just one problem right now rotewise. southbound telegraph road the ramp to the outer loop still has lanes blocked because of that crash there that happened 40 minutes ago now. hoping that gets out of the way here soon. bottom of the beltway, everything looking quite good into town and out of town, no big worries through prince
nicely here, nice and green, earlier problem in stamped, again, that is gone this morning so you don't have any worries. safe track surge 11, silver and orange lines affected, a lot of volume expected, single tracking between west falls and east falls church between december 21st. it is the latest thing you want -- or the last thing, rather. what happened to dozens of cars in northerni president-elect trump continues to fill out his
against mitt romney as secretary of state? >> i'm not campaigning against anyone. i'm just a concerned citizen. >> on mooet the press trump adviser kellyanne conway say the trump supporters would feel betrayed if he chose romney as secretary of state. he was a fierce critic of trump during cabinet picks this week. tracie potts is live on capitol hill with more on what's next during this transition. donald trump doesn't do things thash very much expected. >> it wouldn't be that much of a surprise but what is a surprise is the fact that people very close to him involved in this transition are %9 publicly against mitt romney, someone who seems to be seriously considered as secretary of state.
selects mitt romney we will all get behind him, not only she but newt gingrich, mike huckabee who has been a conservative supporter of donald trump are shaking their heads at this idea of mitt romney who vehemently campaigned against trump as secretary of state. conway says we don't even know if he voted for trump. >> tracy, we saw the flurry of tweets from donald trump yesterday following news of recounts in key states. does he have any evidence right now to support what his claims are of voter >> not that he has put out there. he says that he actually would have won the popular vote had millions of people not voted illegally. what he means by that, the proof of that, he hasn't put out there, but we do know that he's really pushing back at this idea of the green party asking for recounts in pennsylvania, michigan, wisconsin, those blue states that he swept on election day. we'll hear from wisconsin's election commission in just a few hours midmorning on whether or not they can actually get this recount done by the federal
campaign is unt pointing out that they're not putting this out there, they're not pushing it, but they will cooperate. >> tracie potts live on capitol hill for us, thank you. green party presidential nominee jill stein is explaining why she's asking for vote recounts in three battle ground states. stein says it's important to determine whether hacking affected the election results and that states with tight elections got it right. she says that voter confidence is tanking and that voters want a more secure >> -- that is resilient, that is not open to tampering and that includes automated reassurance that specifically being an audit, an automated audit. >> stein has already called for a recount in wisconsin and she has daddy lines today and tomorrow to do the same in pennsylvania and michigan respectively. officials say there is no evidence that voter results were hacked. 4:47. right now take a look at your
this missing 12-year-old. detectives say aleah williams was last seen in district heights, she may be wearing pink boots, a white vest and jeans. if you think you've seen her live police a call. we're waiting to learn more about the body found yesterday afternoon by a photographer at the point lookout state part in maryland. the sheriff's office says the body is that of missing prince george's county person. they have not released a possible cause of death b that same park earlier this month. d.c. police are looking for two men who robbed a postal worker at gunpoint. this happened saturday on second and adams street in northeast. the postal worker says the men pistol-whipped, punched and kicked him. the postal inspection service is offering up to $50,000 for information that leads to an arrest. in northern virginia there is a search for whomever vandalized nearly 30 vehicles this weekend. take a look at the damage here.
alexandria late saturday into early sunday morning and smashed out the windows. they think whoever did it used either a bat or a pipe to cause the damage. police say that the vandals did not take anything from inside the car, but residents say what the vandals left behind is a costly burden. >> some people don't even have the money to even fix their cars, so, i mean, i feel bad for those that, you know, can't even >> this happened on the west end of the city, the cars are parked on rayburn, ken more and quantrell avenues. there are a lot of folks headed back home after the holiday weekend. a look at reagan national nl airport. all the major airports in our region reports a few delays. the thanksgiving holiday is a good predictor of what christmas
holiday. a aaa mid-atlantic said that's a good time. >> if it's going this well at thanksgiving then that should also fuel the amount of travel we see for christmas and we think that will probably be the highest number in our ten years. >> nationally 49 million people went out of town for the holiday weekend. today the holiday season officially arrives at the u.s. capitol. the capitol christmas tree will be delivered today. it is set to arrive at 10:00 a.m. this year's tree is an 80 foot call spruce. it is from the payette national forest in idaho. >> beautiful forest. >> paul ryan will light the tree
and with the flip of a switch the holiday treeilluminated. i did do the honors again this year at city center which is in downtown washington, the ceremony has become a tradition in the area to ring in the holiday season. the tree is huge. there it is. gorgeous. 75 feet tall with more than 4500 handmade ornaments, 15,000 lights. gorgeous, right? this year there is a special art installation in palmer alley in city center, d.c., large snowflakes suspended above the alley that make it look like a winter wonderful. if you don't get a chance to go there, that's the palmer alley installation, it really puts you in the spirit. you can check it out through january, it's by a great art company, it's called swatch room and i put an inter room on my facebook page with the artist. check it out.
let's turn to -- actually -- >> chuck bell. >> you rang? >> hello. >> i had a lot of fun. angie goff and i were out at the reston town center for the holiday parade on friday. she was emceeing from the start line and i was emceeing at the grand stands, we had a blast. look at angie in her big pink coat on friday. she lives out that loves them some angie goff. we had a great time at the parade. darth vaders out there, it was awesome. so much fun. thank you for inviting me out there. a good time was had by all and they invited the weather guy 27 because it was notzuh freezing h and there were a lotc% of kids outfits that appreciated not having to be too layered up. our dry pattern for the last couple months is showing signs of coming to an end finally as we get towards tomorrow and wednesday. we might be able to get an inch
time we get up tomorrow morning and the time we get up on thursday morning. right now, though, it's a mostly clear sky out there, it's cold, in the 20s and 30s first thing, but clouds will be increasing today. we still have fairly clear skies over us for now but these clouds are thicker back across southwest virginia and west virginia so our clouds will quickly increase during the course of the daylight hours today. rain drops out near cincinnati, ohio, now that is the weather front which will bring us our first chance of rain coming up wednesday. we're actually in a moderate drought across most of the i-95 corridor that does include washington and baltimore. here is future weather. clouds thicken tonight. by about this time tomorrow morning rain drops will be likely and could have pretty steady rain at least through the morning commute tomorrow and maybe also a hit and miss showers continuing into the evening. so here is that ten-day forecast, 50s with increasing
really warm rain by late november standards, temperatures will be some 10 to 15 degrees warmer than average, even with the rain drops around, we will cool it out and dry it out as we head towards friday and the first half of the weekend, maybe another few chances for showers coming up on your sunday. we will look at today a little closer that's coming up at 5:01. right now it is time to talk to melissa. >> new problem in gaithersburg right the fairgrounds, southbound north frederick lane is what gets by this crash here this morning. if we get any more information on that we will let you know. 270 northbound, southbound at montrose road everything looks good. southbound telegraph road the ramp to the outer loop we had lanes blocked that has now cleared out of the way, rest of the beltway looks good, 95 northbound your outbound will
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scratching their heads this morning. four days after the mysterious release of sherry papini investigators still don't know what her abductors look like. she was kidnapped while jogging along california's interstate 5. she was found on the side of a road on thanksgiving morning by a passing driver. she is expected to begin the long process of helping detectives solve this case. >> hours, weeks of investigation that witness, she's the one that can help break this case wide open. >> so far authorities have only described the kidnappers as two hispanic women armed with a gun driving a dark suv. they have offered no motive in the case. the search continues for two gunmen responsible for a deadly shooting on new orleans famous bourbon street. a 25-year-old man died and nine people were hurt in that sunday
got out of control. they also believe the shooters were visiting new orleans and may have already left town. going out of state for college could get you a better deal. a new associated press report found at least 50 public universities are lowering the cost of non-resident tuition. some have dropped prices by more than 10% while keeping in state prices the same. it is an effort to get students on to campus since high school 2011. the affects of divorce may stick with children for years. a new report reveals that many kids have behavior problems immediately after a divorce and they may continue to feel sad much longer. experts say pediatricians can help parents better understand the reactions and also refer children to a mental health specialist if it's needed. don't forget to shop safely, especially when it comes to choosing children's toys.
commission reminds shoppers to choose age appropriate toys, follow the age label provided and do not buy anything with small parts for children under the age of 3. if you're buying a scooter or bike, add a helmet to your gift list as well. attention passengers, the changes a lot of you are going to see this morning if you use metro. >> we're also monitoring the latest out of cuba which is starting another day of mourning following the death of fidel castro. what is expected to happen president-elect donald trump who he says voted illegally. 5:00 straight up. good morning, everybody, i'm aaron gill grist. >> and eun yang and we are talking about 20s in our areas, that is cold. >> chuck bell is in with a look at our weather headlines. >> very chilly start early today but that's not going to be the case for long.